Submitting an Effective I-601 or I-601A Waiver AC17 (.MP3)
The panelists on this intermediate-level session will highlight the similarities of, and delineate the differences between, these two waivers. In addition, they will provide a concise overview of preparing an effective waiver.
- The Difference Between I-601 and I-601A Waivers
- Proving the Standard of “Extreme” Hardship Effectively
- Creative Evidence: Use of Expert Opinions, Social Media, and Indirect Extreme Hardship to Children
- Supporting Documents: Quality vs. Quantity
- Strategies in Advocating Your Case
- Genevieve Kovacs Perez (DL), Los Angeles, CA
- Annaluisa Padilla, AILA President, La Habra, CA
- Jason C. Mills, Fort Worth, TX
- Laurel Scott, Philadelphia, PA
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